Monthly Archive: July 2016
Throughout my career, I have worked at everything from a mom and pop operation and a government entity to a major corporation. Each environment presented different challenges, some unique and others just the opposite. One experience shared among them all…
FILER — A Filer woman was killed Saturday night during a crash on U.S. 30 near Filer.
On the Hagerman reach of the Snake River, the arts and sciences flourish — wine making and paleontology, sculpture and entomology. Our three-part series reports new developments in riverside business and recreation, but it also features innovation and exploration on…
BLISS — A three-month-long resurfacing project on 12 miles of Interstate 84 will begin Monday with ramp closures and lane restrictions between Bliss and Wendell.
SHOSHONE — It takes more patience than muscle to control an animal up to nine times your weight.
JEROME — Kathleen Hite will be taking the reins at the Jerome Chamber of Commerce in September.
It’s been 60 years since the National Interstate and Defense Highways Act became law. The law, championed by President Dwight D. Eisenhower, and broadly supported by both parties, led to the construction of 41,000 miles of wide roads that allowed…
The last person arrested in Idaho for putting religion ahead of medicine for a sick child might have been Lewis Anis of Kimberly, near Twin Falls, who was charged with refusing to provide medical attention when his 13-year-old daughter died.
St. Luke’s Jerome
Twin Falls' urban trails are an excellent way to keep moving — and enjoy some surprising natural settings right here in town.